Canada shines spotlight on Employee Recommended Workplaces 2019

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Canada shines spotlight on Employee Recommended Workplaces 2019

HR firm Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail have unveiled their list of 75 Employee Recommended Workplaces for 2019.

The list draws insights from workers to shine a spotlight on companies that are highly regarded by their own people.

The selection was based on a survey of employees across Canada about what they considered to be a healthy workplace. Organisations were assessed based on how well they provided all elements of Total Health – physical, mental, work, and life.

“As more workplaces focus on employee health and wellbeing, it's reassuring to see a wide range of employers represented in the 2019 Employee Recommended Workplaces, including organisations of all sizes, from all corners of Canada and from both the private and public sectors,” said Stephen Liptrap, president and CEO of Morneau Shepell.

The 75 Employee Recommended Workplaces for 2019 are:

1. Active International, Ontario

2. Administration portuaire de Québec, Quebec

3. Aéroport de Québec Inc., Quebec

4. Air France KLM, Quebec

5. Alberta Recycling Management Authority, Alberta

6. Allnorth Consultants Limited, British Columbia

7. Arrow Engineering Inc., Alberta

8. Avison Young (Canada) Inc., Ontario

9. Back in Motion Rehab, British Columbia

10. Benefits by Design, Ontario

11. Big Bang ERP, Quebec

12. BlackBerry Limited, Ontario

13. CAA Club Group, Ontario

14. Calgary Meals on Wheels, Alberta

15. Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick, New Brunswick

16. Canadian Pharmacists Association, Ontario

17. CBCL Limited, Nova Scotia

18. Citron Hygiene, Ontario

19. Credit Union Central of Manitoba, Manitoba

20. Deluxe Payroll, Ontario

21. EfficiencyOne, Nova Scotia

22. EQUS, Alberta

23. Evolocity Financial Group Inc., Quebec

24. FIRST Insurance Funding of Canada, Ontario

25. Frontier College, Ontario

26. GeoSpectrum Technologies Inc., Nova Scotia

27. Gore Mutual Insurance, Ontario

28. H&R Block Canada, Alberta

29. Habitat Systems Inc., British Columbia

30. Herman Miller Canada Inc., Ontario

31. Hi-Tech Business Systems Ltd., Alberta

32. Ingredion Canada Corporation, Ontario

33. Innovation Credit Union, Saskatchewan

34. Innovative Automation, Ontario

35. Intercon Messaging Inc., Alberta

36. InvestorCOM, Ontario

37. Jazz Aviation LP, Nova Scotia

38. Klick Inc., Ontario

39. La Maison Orphée, Quebec

40. Lifemark Health Group, Ontario

41. LivingWorks Education Inc., Alberta

42. Loopio Inc., Ontario

43. MacLean Law, British Columbia

44. Mainstream, Ontario

45. MDS Aero Support Corporation, Ontario

46. Municipality of the County of Cumberland, Nova Scotia 47. NB Power, New Brunswick

48. Nestle Canada Inc., Ontario

49. New Brunswick Association for Community Living, New Brunswick

50. Northwestern Health Unit, Ontario

51. OCAS Application Services Inc., Ontario

52. Orix Geoscience Inc., Ontario

53. Pason Systems Corp., Alberta

54. Pensionnat Notre-Dame-des-Anges, Quebec

55. Prime Data Inc., Ontario

56. Raymond James Ltd., British Columbia

57. Ronald McDonald House Charities Southwestern Ontario, Ontario

58. Sandoz Canada Inc., Quebec

59. School Boards' Co-operative Inc., Ontario

60. SFU Childcare Society, British Columbia

61. Shaw Communications Inc., Alberta

62. Sionna Investment Managers, Ontario

63. Sklar Wilton & Associates, Ontario

64. SouthEastern Mutual Insurance, New Brunswick

65. Special Risk Insurance Managers Ltd., British Columbia 66. Stelvio Inc., Quebec

67. TD Bank Group, Ontario

68. Thinkific, British Columbia

69. Town of Kentville, Nova Scotia

70. Triovest Realty Advisors Inc., Ontario

71. Util-Assist, Ontario

72., Ontario

73. Workplace Resource, Ontario

74. Zimmer Biomet Canada, Ontario

75. ZLC Financial, British Columbia

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